), but this 9-Step Checklist will show you how to migrate your Go Live 5, 6, CS or older Webs into Dreamweaver CS4."The Go Live Migration Kit extension has been designed to help Go Live users make the transition to Dreamweaver CS4 as easy as possible.
This free extension will convert any of your Go Live CS2 or Go Live 9 sites to Dreamweaver CS4 sites, including defining a site and organizing assets, snippets, and templates..."HAT A HOOT! As many Adobe Go Live users have discovered to their sorrow, the official Adobe Go Live Migration Tool (that is supposed to convert existing Go Live Webs into Dreamweaver Webs) doesn't work in many cases, and the biggest losers are Adobe's most loyal, longtime customers. No matter what Adobe claims at the top of the official Go Live Migration Kit documentation, what the company says at the bottom is what really matters. Note also: If you created your site with Go Live CS (7) or older and then upgraded to Go Live CS2 (8) or Go Live 9, you may experience problems with the Go Live Migration Kit extension for Dreamweaver CS4.
Unfortunately, this is not possible with straight HTML.
Splash screens for Adobe Go Live CS2 and Dreamweaver CS4.
in Go Live CS2 or Go Live 9 -- sites with the above mentioned web-content, web-settings, web-data folder structure.
Since there were seven versions of Go Live before this stretching back Gonet Go Live in 1996, most Go Live users -- I'm guessing 85 percent or more -- have been hung out to dry here by Adobe.
Here's my library item in dreamweaver's split screen view: a close up of the html code (library item): Once my library item was complete, I inserted it into the horizontal navigation div, and styled it with the following css: Here's how the vertical navigation (left sidebar of this page) works.
Again, I created the nav's menu in a Dreamweaver library item.